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Headlines for Oct. 16, 2019


Canadian election leaves scientists hanging — no matter who wins

With the exception of climate change — one of the top issues for voters in recent polls — science has been largely absent from the election campaign.

From MUN to Clarenville with love, new music program meets rural need

School of Music pilot project makes music lessons more accessible in rural areas.

The Telegram
Atlantic Canada universities see hike in international students

Enrolment at universities in Atlantic Canada is up, largely due to an increase in international students, says a recent report.

Montreal student exposed at frosh party awarded $34K in sexual harassment case

Quebec’s human rights commission has found a Montreal university failed to protect one of its students from discrimination and harassment.

Toronto Star
Police arrest Vancouver man in Emily Carr University arson

Police have arrested a 40-year-old man for setting fire that caused damage to Emily Carr University earlier this month.

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